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I'mmf' by authority. Second reading of a bin lo niion Auction Sales by James F. Morgau. " ' MBtBftlflliSMSB BBfftl 8 I!
ImBO' i15 peremptory challenge of jurors. SlUl P ma Snt I H !&$ 8
f HK iMiOsmllHVm diciary Committee to lake the place T)n (Vlllfm Pnflll 0 ol 11 I IBHHwt LkanUfj OHecim 1&?B B
' SHJ) S5i55' iiuccu uy me juiorury-ucnunu. -
': MtWEi Tho bill was icad by its title. '
HHHt ninTIOR bill he considered section by section. Oil FRIDAY, ulliV Otll, lOOO.
IIKEL' MPMCfc, Kcp.C. Brown moved "that bill
V 'HIM f-V r.i 1 ln.,:.,.i.. ., 1 AT 1 O'CLOCK A. .11., ,
i Hr The following persons have been "" V, .. ",v , "" '"' ' , l "li ' ." ,. , n . . , .. 0
I aMBU .i,,iv n..n;.nn.i ... . mi He said it was the unan mous opin- At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will u
yBr ?, "?"Y ,Vf8 Awcwom o 'taxes , , coinmUlcc thnt lhc lun sell at Public Auction, - BT1TTn
MB " "' Kingdom for the year L8S3 0ffcrea by them as a substitute was TWftnnrln mtMnr Vn HELLO, HMaLO, HELLO,
V' oAiitt. better in every way. If the bill in- VV JMf 8 I I fll 11 U H.1C n. ..,, au ., ,
MM Honolulu 0 A Brown troduced by the Allornoy-Gencral Wj UUUUfl, UlUUIWg,, iilU, , ', ggfe Toll 'Em All, that
mm'' Ewa and Waianao ". .. s". .LMaikai should pass, it would lead to as Sks Corn, Sks Onions, W ':5li3P Q K W SBBr ((Flie
Wm Waialua S. Hooknno much confusion and tioublc as cs- Codllsh, Sks Potatoes, etc. JKL .vtfgStJSZZML? fe, s&g)
L Koolauloa J. P. Kauwalu ist now in the uiiueil btatcs, where
S Koolatipoko Wm. Henry
Molokai siml Lamii
. V. Mossmnn
i. A. Andrews
1. 1C, lluuuiui
.. . .31. IvllllC
Hilo A. U. Locbcnslcin
North Hilo Frank Pallia
North Kohala W. J. Wiight
South Kohala J. Kaui
North Kona I. H. AVnipnilani
South Kona Molale
Kau Ed. Smith
Puna O. T. Shinmnn
Lihue S. Kniu
Kawaihau C. II. "Willis
Koloa A. K. 3Iika
AVilimea L. H. Stok
Hanalci Jas. Hntfiulil
Niihau 31. W. Kealc
W. L. GltEEN,
3finister of Finance.
Treasury Dcpt., Juno itf, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange) ou tho
Bault ol Calil'ornia., fei. F.
And Uioir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Uothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and AVcllington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Yic
toria, B. O , .vt Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Pat ly,
Sul established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1888.
3 1st Day July
The House opened at 10 a. m.
President "W. R. Castle in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Rep. Paehaole moved to suspend
the rules so that petitions could be
presented, as this is the 31st day of
the session and under the rules, no
petition can be brought in. Carried.
Eep. Kinney presented a petition
with '174. signatures praying that an
appropriation be made to subsidize
the "Paradise of the Pacific" in
order that it may be illustrated and
that the government take 50,000
conies every month. Referred to
Committee on Commerce.
Rep. Horner presented a petition
from Lahaina that 30,000 be ap
propriated for roads in that district
and extending to "Wniluku, Maui.
Referred to Public Lands Com
mittee. Rep. Kinney presented a petition
from J. F. Howler, praying that
$7,000 be appropriated to pay for
work done by him. Referred to
Noble Hitchcock presented a pe
tition from South Kona praying that
tho office of Governor be abolished.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the Governor Bill.
Rep. Karanuoha presented a peti
tion from Makaan and AValiine of
Kohala praying that 820.00 bo re
funded them as being paid illegally
for taxes. Referred to Judiciary
Rep, Paehaole presented a peti
tion from Molokai, praying thut the
assembly appropriate a certain sum
for an Artesian "Well on Molokai.
Refarred to Committee on Com
"'lerce. UUtokts or coji5iitti;i:s.
Noblo!! reported from the
Committee oilMAQences that they
had had the matter utvler considera
tion, and did not dftm U advisable
to make any sweeping changes
Tho matter of a liconDssl
for Dentists, lawyers, etc., will bo
reported on separately. They think
that all matters of revenue should
emanate from the Ministry, and
therefore recommend no general
changes in the law.
OHDEll OF Till: DAY.
Second reading of a bill to regu
late the manufacture of poi in Hono
lulu. Tho bill was on motion con
sidered section by section, with tlio
report of tho committee to whom it
was referred. Tho sections were
passed as amended. Tho bill passed
to engrossment to bo read a third
time on Saturday next,
Second reading of a bill lo allow
peremptory challenge of jurors.
This bill was introduced by the Ju
diciary Committee to lake the place
of n bill on the same subject intro
duced by the Attorney-General.
The bill was icad by its title.
Minister Ashforcl moved that his
bill he considered section by section.
Ken. C. Brown moved that bill
Ko. 51 bo indclluitcly postponed,
lie said it was the unanimous opin
ion of the committee that the bill
offered by them as a substitute was
better in every way. If the bill in
troduced by the Allornoy-Gencral
should pass, it would lead to as
much confusion and trouble as ex
ist now in the United States, where
it often takes i or 5 days to empanel
a jury. It may be profitable to the
attorney to have such a delay, but
not to the client.
The Attorney-General slated Iuh
leasons for moving the consideration
of his bill. He said, after eliminat
ing the causes for which a jury may
1)0 challenged, the two bills are
practically the same. In one sec
tion of his bill, the defendants in
a trial for a capital offense, where
the punishment is imprisonment for
life, have a chance to peremp
torily challenge 12 jurors and the
Government can only challenge 0.
If the new law passes, but 3 jurors
can bo peremptorily challenged, by
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
gave notice that the King had sign
ed the following bills:
Au Act to establish a Parcel
An Act to amend section 8oG
Civil Code, relative to security for
An Act to amend section 22 chap
ter oo of the laws of 1S7G relating
to stamp duties ;
An Act to legulalc the time with
in which Chinese leturn passports
maj be used ;
An Act to provide for a iccord to
be kept by olllcers authorised to
The House then took a recess un
til 1 p. m.
The total number of deaths lepoited
lortue moiitii ol .lime, lsfeS, was
distiibutcd a follows:
Under 1 year... . 5
Trom 1 to 5 u
Fiom 5 to 10.... 0
Fiom 10 to 20... Jl
riomsoto yo... o
Fiom SO lo 40... C
From 40 to 00... !
Fiom fiO to GO... (!
Fiom CO to 70... 3
Over 70 2
Great JSiitaiii.... 2
Oilier natioiu.. . 1
1Iciiioii1i.i;c .... 2
Aiieiu ism 1
Child BUlli 0
Cholera Infant.. 1
Di-. otlleail.... 4
Dls. of Spine.. .. 0
Typhoid Tout.. 1
Number unattended 10
COMl'AltATIYJ". .MOX.TIILV MOUTAI.11Y.
.TuiielSSI KO June 1S87 31
JiuielSPr. -17 .limelSSS 11
Annual deatli late per 1000 for month
SICKM'.bS IN Till: SCHOOLS.
1'oit Street School.
St. Louis Oollcsc.
.. 210 -1
... !)0 0
I'li-paratoiy School In vacation.
J. II. Ukowk,
As;cnt Board of Health.
XF YOU really want your money's
worth of the finest Home Made
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain CaUes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery nnd Ice Cieam
Parlors, established ISG'.I, Hotel, oppo
site Bethel street. F. IIouk, Piactical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Oina
menter. P. S. The only place where
tho Genuine Butter Scotch is nianu
facturcd and sold. 10 tf
IjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JU forma Poit, Madena and Malaga,
for bale in kegs and cases liy
UUJNSAJjYJiS iC JU.,
CU Queen streel.
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
Ju lanicbt ciicuiatlou ot any paper
printed in this
Kingdom. CO cents per
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Hui.li.iik.
'"piIK monthly meeting of tho Hono
i lulu Social Club will bo held at its
hall, THIS (ThuiHluy) EVENING, at
7:;i0 o'clock, for tho pmposo of electing
ofllceis and other important business.
J.YJL mu in all bubiness matter under a
full power of attorney under dato of
Juno 21, 1888.
n,u.i,'ii tt innniTT
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1888. 85 lw
For 'O. D. Bryant' and 'DiBcovciy' a
largo quantity of
Hay & Grain
Which we offer at Low Prices at our
store on Queen Street, build.
lug lately occupied by
tho 1. N. Co.
JOHN E COLBDBN k CO.
Pine Bedroom Set,
l'ailor Set, 1). W. M. T. Bedroom Set,
Mnttrasses, etc., etc.
1 Kitchen Stove and Utensils.
AT lit O'CLOCK XOOS,
By order of W. F. Allen and .T. I. Dow-
sett, Assignees of the Ilankiupt
Estate of the Pacific Nul.
gation Co., I will tell at
On SATURDAY, July 14tli, 88,
AT IS O'ViAHlX. XOOS,
At ni) S ilc room, Qiuen street, the fol.
lowing (Icpci ibid vcs'-els:
The stms Surprise,
134 02-100 tons, w ith Jlachinery
in gocd ordci.
4u9 1t!tr tons This vessel can ho
got icady for sea at a small
The schr CANUTE, 108 96-100 tons,
" WAIMALU, 55 69-100 tons,
" WAILELE, 45 78-100 tons,
" WAIOLI, 40 06-100 tons,
60 37-95 tons,
Tern Ee An Hon, 90 16-96 tons
Each vessel Ins complete set of Sails,
Atichois, Chains 1 I3o.it, &c., &c
The above Vessels me well known in
the coasting tr.ule and oiler u desirable
chance lo buyert,.
t2?-For fmtlier piiticulnis apply to
the AsMm-i-, or to
JAH. F. MOJSGAX,
St td Auctioneer.
lias moved fiom the cornel of Richard
and Queen stieels to
No. 216 King Street
(Formeily Hutleis' 1'lncc),
Where the Bakery will be carried on as
8" hcictofore. Sim
Oil Saturday Evening, July 7th,
A Dramatic EntcituiiiiTicnt will be given
by Ofllceis of H. M. S. Comorant
and Ladies of Honolulu, in
aid of the
MM BeiievolBiit Society,
Under patronage of Ilib Majesty
To commence with a Comedietta,
Which will he followed by J. M.
" Aunt Charlotte's Maid "
The programme will bo preceded
by the Modern Tableau,
And conclude with the Classical
Tableau (by request),
"The Vestal Virgins"
Presented by Amateuis of Honolulu.
rIlICJJfcJ AH XJHXJA.JJ.
Doors Open 7:30OC25-Commonco at 8.
Tickets at A. 31. Hewelt's.
opens Friday, at 11 A. M.
Wanted to Purchase
ASIDE SADDLE with threo pom.
mels. It must bo in good r.ondi.
tii'4l For partlculais inquire Dailjl
lUM,RriN Ollico. 83 3t
rpilK interest of Jh n. Mncfnrlane,
X in the ilrm ot G. y. Macfarlnno ic
Co., ceases from this date. '
G. W. MAOFAHLANE Hi CO.
Honolulu, Juno 18, 1688, 81 r.
New Goods ! Lowest Prices !
Ilrcwcr JUIocU, 100 Fort
Tlie Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices in the Kingdom.
San Francisco Priees The
Kept , on hand and delivered to any part on
arrival of the steamer.
Latest Line of Paper
Fancy Goods, " oys,
Artistic Stationery, Art Goods,
And ARTISTS' MATERIALS !
KSCall and inspect our Stock and learn our price.
"We wish you to call -vliether
"W. H. GRAENHALGII,
iJcsr'Store open every evening after July 1st,
o'clock. Saturdays till 9 p. m.
T. . THKUar.
Ht. near Hotel, Honolulu.
NWs Department. All the
end Novels in town,
you wish to purchase or not.
106 Fort St., Honolulu, H. I.
inK tip Ic liiulicH & ciiUmcn ol" Honolulu!
KiiiR up tha S5oy &. 1iIn!!
Kin;; up the BI:ibicH!!t
IthiB up TiVcrylMMly ull over Mruvnii Ni'i!!!!
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New Candy Factory &
On Hotel Street, Noav XSrowei IJloclc,
Whore thoy will liinnufacluro and soil the FINEST and OHOIOE
FRENCH AND ME
Fresh Gaudies made every day.
An Elegant Assortment of FANCY CANDY it BON-BON,
BOXES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds served fiom tho most uniquo poda fountain in the city.
FCnndics carefully packed for shipment to the other Islands,
:WIIOJL.E:S.AJLil! & It JET jVXIj :
Ring I Ring II Keep On Ringing and call at
rO the citizens of Honolulu It hav
ing been stated on the streets of
our city that "we had better patronize
home enterprise (in referring to the
Directory ot the Hawaiian Kingdom,
now being compiled by Mr. J CJ. Lane,
of the McKeuney Dhectory Co., of San
Francisco) lather than foreign 01103."
I wish to stitc that it was at my icqi:e?t
aud under au sgiecmcnt with me that
the Company undertook at Mil lime the
compilation and publication of anotlur
edition of tho Directory. The edition of
their Diieclory, published In 1F8I, Is
tho only perfect individual Directory of
the islands over published, aud I thcio
foro selected the ilrm to arrange tho
matter for me, in preference to all
others, thoy having the experience,
capital and facilities for the work such
as is pob3csscd by no othtr Aim in Call,
fornia, and assuredly nono heio Irivc
such facilities. It is the Intention to
place copies of tho Directory In all the
watering places and summer lesorts of
the United States.
It is tho only Directory contemplated
which will bp an indlilual Directory
of the cutlro Kingdom. Tl'ii compiler
of the Hawaiian Directory would Ihoie.
fore ask tho support of 'tlio merchants
and clli'ens of tho Kingdom In making
it.ono that shall be in every way a per.
feet aud leliablu Individual Dlicetory
of tho cntiro Kingdom, something that
is uiuny ncL'Ueu, Mr. J.ano is tlio only
person who Is aulhoiled to procure
advertisements for the Hawaiian Direc
tory. Any lufoimatlon regarding
ohanges of lesldence, business, etc., 'nijl
reccivo prompt attention if left at my
Hook and Newspaper Store, 100 Fort
street, Brewer Block.
84 2t W. H. a'HAENHALUII.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN JIoLANE has removed his
Blacksmithiiig Establishment to
Fort street, opnosito Hoppor's 31111,
where ho will bo glud to eco his old
friends aud new ones. 78 lni
YAN'S BOAT BUILDrNQ
SHOP. Hear of Lucas" 31111.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
Daily Bulletin 50 cts per month
Elegant Candy Store
MAN and wifo wants a situation
in a private familv. Tho nun tn
do yaid woik aud the woman to nurse.
Apply to "Barber Shop," 88 King street.
MUSIC furnished for balls, paities.
aud serenades by Palmer's Slrinr
Band. Orders left at O. E. Williams",
or ring up Mutual Telephono 330. 74 tf
Geo. W. Bunrcss hns full nowor
of attorney for Mr. N. P. llnr.
gess, dining tho hitter's nbsence from
tho kingdom. 83 lw
rpiIE premises known as
X Singer's Bakery, Includ.
ing bakery, store, 4 cottages,
etc., for a term of years on oasy terms
to a good tenant. Apply to 31r. O.
Brown, or T. W. ltawlins, at the Ha
waiian Snap Works, 84 tf
AS Eomu misunderstanding seems to
oxlst in logard to the right of
priority in tho Directory canvass, wo
would respectfully statu that, so far as
tho promoters of tho Honolulu Business
Dlicetory 1110 concerned, their plans
wcio arranged pievlous to tho arrival of
31 r. I.Hiio on the Islands; but his arrival
hastened tho canvass for advertisements
for very obvious reasons. Wo cannot
seo that tho two ventures will otherwise
conflict, because our Directory will bo
confined to Honolulu and vicinity for
tho llrst issue; whilo the other ono will
cover all tho Islands, and necessarily
include Honolulu as only a portion of
tho woik. Tho Honolulu Business
Diicctoiy will circulate chiefly in this
city and on tho Islands. Tho lurger and
more expensive woik will have Its chief
circulation on tho Pacific Coast of North
America. J. E. BHOWN & CO ,
Agents for tho Honolulu Business
Directory. 84 tf
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertlso it in tlio Daily Bullbtim
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